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Google Forms can be used for numerous tasks on our campus including: collecting student feedback on new assignments or a department activity, collecting faculty feedback regarding policy changes, program entrance and exit surveys, course and program…

On 21 January 2016, the VHC hosted a faculty in-service on strategies to use discussions to promote critical thinking, particularly in online classes. The workshop was presented by GBC faculty members Scott A. Gavorsky, Kathy Schwandt, and Joshua…

This grading rubric for discussion posts was developed for History survey courses, although it is generic enough to be used for any types of courses. The rubric is set up based on a three-prompt discussion model, with an initial post and two required…

Example discussion requirements for students for a History Survey course, in this case HIST 105 (European Civilization to 1648). The requirements includes the rubric for grading. Download pdf of full page

The handout distributed to participants at the VHC In-Service "Discussions for Critical Thinking," 21 January 2016. The handout was intended to be a guide for the workshop discussions and includes three sample discussions from GBC faculty presenters.

The handout distributed during the Spring 2016 WebCampus In-Service, featuring an overview of the new OfficeMix software available for Powerpoint and in WebCampus..

The handout distributed during the Spring 2016 WebCampus In-Service, listing the new features and changes to WebCampus available in Spring 2016.
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